Anecdotes Illustrative of a Select Passage in Each Chapter of the Old Testament (Classic Reprint)
Fb&c Limited, 2017 M01 26 - 444 pages
Excerpt from Anecdotes Illustrative of a Select Passage in Each Chapter of the Old Testament
During the Arian controversy, at a general meeting of the ministers of London, at Salters' Hall, Mr Thomas Bradbury had been contending, that those who really be lieved the doctrine of Christ's Divinity should openly avow it; when, to bring it to the test, he said, 'you who are not ashamed to own the Deity of our Lord, follow me into the gallery.' He had scarcely mounted two or three steps before the opposite party hissed him; when, turn ing round, he said, 'i have been pleading for Him who bruised the serpent's head; no wonder the seed of the serpent should hiss.'
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